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2023.06.08 14:10 Drj_DJ AITA for not going back to church and ignoring everyone after i found out they knew i got SA'd and they didn't do anything to help?
As the title says me and my family were part of a pentecostal church. When i (18m) was 17 i told my mom that i was being SA'd by her now ex-husband. She didn't believe me at first because she thought he was a man of God but after my sisters (21 f) and (16 f) came to my defense she finally believed us. My mom divorced him and since she was a loyal member of the church she proceeded to go and ask our pastors for advice on what to do. And that's when shit hit the fan, because they told my mom that they knew what was happening for 3 years and they didn't do anything to help, they didn't tell my mom and they never even called the police. And even after they told us that they knew they advised my mom not to take him to the police and her being loyal followed their advice, and now a year later she realized her mistake. Anyways back to the topic, after we found out they knew about the whole situation when it was happening we decided to stop going to church. At first when we stopped we just got calls from them asking why we weren't attending church, we explained that we needed time to fix things at home after the divorce and my mom was trying to help me feel better, i guess she felt guilty for not believing me at first, they said they understood our situation but still kept telling us to go to church. But i refused, i couldn't be in the same room as the people that knew i was suffering but didn't help bc that wasn't god's plan, they believed that me going through that was a good thing because it will strengthen my faith. I refused to go everytime i got a call or a message. After a while they stopped and i was relieved. A month or two later i decided to dye my hair and get a nose piercing, and that's when the messages and calls started again but this time it was to tell me that i was going to hell and that i will suffer for eternity. Now I'm sure as hell never going back. I'm being told by them that I'm a bad person if i don't go back to church but i really can't, i hate that they didn't help and just watched as it happened. Am i the asshole?
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2023.06.08 14:10 twinmomswe Months 4 and 5 feeling so much harder than newborn phase - what am I doing wrong?
TL;DR - struggling first time mom wondering why month 4 was so hard (cried multiple times a day overwhelmed and exhausted). Twins just began month 5.
I posted this SoS
when my identical twin boys were 7 weeks old. Got a ton of sage advice there, the most important one being "it gets better at 3 months." Things did get a lot better at 3 months in that they starting sleeping through the night. They didn't drop any daytime naps so suddenly at 3 months I was getting some decent rest for the first time. Then month 4 rolled by and the daytime has become all mayhem. They still sleep through the night but the daytime is utter chaos - their schedules went out of sync, colic is on the rise, they want to be held all the time after feeds or they scream, Twin B gets intense stomach ache half the time I give him pumped breastmilk. I am lucky to get an hour of downtime if at all between separate feedings, holding baby vertical one at a time, pumping and washing parts. no trustworthy bouncers or swings available where I am currently living (Asia). Is it normally for the 4 month mark to feel so much worse than before?
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2023.06.08 14:10 Pleasant-Seaweed-458 Starting long distance- effective communication
Hi all I’m in the panic stage so letting out my irrational thoughts here.
Been dating none long distance for 15 months- still early days but going well. He is moving for work (an opportunity he’d be stupid to turn down).
The closer the move date gets the more crappy I’m feeling- we have a plan and once it is in action I know it’ll be fine it’s that horrible build up when something is fast approaching.
We have said we’ll call every other day- however it just occurred to me i have no idea what we’ll talk about. My biggest fear is it‘ll become a chore/forced and that connection and fun we have in person doesn’t translate to voice calls only.
I can’t speak to friends about this as everyone seems to have a very negative tone on long distance, which is unfair given they’ve not ever experienced it. As everyone here is in the same boat, I’m looking for guidance and experience as someone going into a long distance relationship for the first time?
Was it awkward figuring it out at first, did you find the daily chat repetitive so changed how and when you communicate? How have you kept the fun alive from a distance?
I want to do my part in making this a success so need help from those who know better.
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2023.06.08 14:09 TheDoomedHeretic 25F [Activities] Disco Elysium enthusiast searching for RP partner, mostly for Star Wars, Dragon Age, Warhammer, and a few other fandoms.
As the title mentions I'm an advanced-novella RPer looking for GMs or offering myself as a GM for various text-based RPs. I've provided a sample down below and will ask the same of anybody that reaches out. Outside of writing I tend to spend most of my time on games like Knights of the Old Republic 2, New Vegas, and, indeed, the Hobocop Game. I'm an Associate at Amazon with an otherwise unimpressive social life, occasionally leaving the house to play WH40K Tabletop.
Discord is more-or-less required for me to be interested; sample incoming.
The boar is not dead, though to all the other hunters’ senses it is. It lays motionless on its side within the sled, tied down by rope with two arrows sticking discordantly out of its hide like seams of broken bone. Frozen blood pools in the cracked stomach of the sled, collecting rather than leaking now that red ice has sealed the wood. Poison leaching out of the arrowheads keeps the boar docile, and its breathing so light that only Trapper can see. An ovate in too-thin robes shivers as she ties a garland of rosemary around the beast’s neck, murmuring prayers to the ancestors that they might find the kill worthy.
Winter has seized the land in its vise, its unending waves of cold and snow having transformed the Barony of Marlas into a crueler scape, one Trapper doesn’t quite recognize. Tranquility abounds along the driven snow, all through the clearing, hiding the buried world and the woes of man but unable to snuff them out. Trapper knows well what a mirage it is, the oppressive winters of his homeland no less savage than the bloodletting summers. The numbing cold does not soothe his aches, for he knows they’ll be worse come morning, come the thaw. Too soon this clearing will melt, its river gone from white to red, the whole Septima Line thrust back to war.
Baron Orys refuses to yield to midnight season, to accept its peace, and so from his great warhorse’s saddle he brazenly belts out a mixture of drunken lyrics and commands, determined to master this hunt even if he does not partake. An entourage on horseback spreads out in his orbit, ranging from eager young footmen to grizzled junkers, all in varying states of inebriation at his command. Their braying is nearly louder than the hounds’, who hungrily stalk between the sled and the hole they pulled the boar out from. Teased by the hunt but yet unrewarded, they’re too unruly to be kept in check by the kennel master.
On foot slog the unfortunates who actually have to take part in the hunt, Trapper among them. They huddle into their hemp canvas cloaks, glancing up at the moody afternoon sky threatening to crack open with another snowstorm. Dark clouds sweep in low from the south like a riptide, a single vast current swept in from the mountains already menacing the Oldwoods. Its furthest gales reach them as tongues of vengeful cold, flecks of whipped-up snow biting into Trapper’s exposed skin.
By the boar’s nest leans a typical Mallean, one of Trapper’s two erstwhile comrades. Sigorn is tall, pale, broad, with the close-set, wide-boned features of a commoner, and a shock of red hair grown out to protect against the elements. Beneath his cloak he proudly bears his blood-flecked armor, each dent a Darkman put into it a point of dear pride. He’s not the only one, either, the clearing filled with dozens of youths whose first blooding ended in victory amid a blizzard. Baron Orys, deep into his cups after six days of nonstop celebration, saw a break in the storms and gladly called a hunt. When informed he could not go on account of his shattered knee - he simply grinned, and ordered himself tied to his saddle.
Trapper remembers the moment his lord fell from the saddle, burned into his nerves. The screaming of horses, skidding hooves catching on the frozen ground. On the edges of his vision a rider smashes into a branch in the din, others don’t move at all for fear of the blizzard. His spurs dig, his borrowed steed whines, and he races for his lord - only for another to reach him first.
“What a woman.” Sigorn sighs beside Trapper, craning his neck to look at one of their lord’s companions of honor. Susannah Oye, junker unlike the others, a pretty, willowy noblewoman well into motherhood, with the lean, ruthless look of a ranger. Her two poisoned arrows are what struck the boar down, and her pride curls off her body like steam. Sigorn’s face cracks into exaggerated appreciation, and then he turns to their lord’s other honored companion. Another woman, this one as young as they are, haughtily-built and leering with none of Susannah’s refinement. Many of those looks are reserved for Trapper, forced to slog on foot as just another hunter. “Anya too. I think she fancies you, eh?”
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2023.06.08 14:09 Strawbeemilk03 I reapplied after rejection at the same company but for a different position, should I also reach out to the recruiter who tried to put in a good word for me previously?
Hi I applied for my dream job just shy of a month ago, I got to the final round of interviews, and then I got the coldest rejection automated email. The thing is, I did 3 rounds of interviews scattered across the month, and I was heartbroken because I was sure I got it, and then I got a temp job at a tax office doing something similar but the office is full of 80 year olds, and billionaires who spit when the chew. Yesterday I was on Omegle just chatting about how terrible my job luck has been with my target company, and the anonymous stranger told me to try again, but at a lower position to prove my worth. Now, you might ask, why can’t I just apply to a million other places? Well the answer is, I am and I’ve simply had my eye on this company for the last year, and i finally had the guts to apply last month, and I might have another shot. A few minutes ago, I was job searching and the same company I got rejected by, had a lower position of something that I’m also guaranteed to be good at as I have 5 years of experience in it. I just reapplied, wrote a cover letter explaining I’m determined to work there and prove my value, and hopefully that showed initiative again. The first time I applied then found a recruiter and he got me an interview the very next day. I’m wondering if I should reach out to him, but how can I not sound obsessed in telling him so?
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2023.06.08 14:09 Rainwhisperarts What do you think of Albert?
It’s been a bit since I’ve seen anyone talk here so I want to get the ball rolling again.
My opinions on Albert are complicated.
Boiled down to himself I like his personality it’s a refreshing kind of character, not ground breaking levels of good like William but he’s got an incredibly good screen presence. The anime especially knows how to use Albert well. His relationship with Moran has to be my favourite dynamic, I love Sherlock and William, as well as Louis and Fred but Moran and Albert just have something that’s fun to watch. Unlike other large animes/manga (*cough* Dazai and Chuuya *cough*) they do the teasing friend relationship well without abusive tendencies.
Most of the fandom seems to at the very least agree that the two of them are somewhat enjoyable to watch. My only real note on their dynamic is that whilst what we have is good, it’s very brief. I was quite surprised to see that they never got a light novel together, or any other content for that matter. I’m hoping with the success of the ship we’ll get to see more of that.
Okay so down to some of my problems with Albert.
The MI6 stuff, the anime removes his creation of MI6 which opens up the large plot hole of how on earth the Moriarty group is able to do half the stuff they’re able to without any outside help. I’ll keep this breif as it’s largely ignored by most people for the reason I just brought up but I just don’t understand the choice. I get that Louis taking over from Albert doesn’t make too much sense but it’s not exactly like the Anime has been all that caring for Louis up until that point anyway. It’s just a change that you really have to put a lot of thought into understanding and causes more issues than it fixes.
Onto non-anime stuff let’s talk his character arc and lack their of.
Again I like Albert but that’s because he’s a well written comic relief, there was zero implication what so ever that this man wasn’t having an amazing time with life. Until possibly the Milverton stuff and even then he’s serious and a little annoyed but he’s fine. There’s no “zombie-like” state. Then suddenly we get this massive speech from him to Moran where he looks and acts so differently. It’s just like “who are you?and where did you come from?”. I can completely understand his being sad over Willaim’s ”death” but the man was handing out home made Christmas sweaters one second and then handing himself into “prison” for an indefinite amount of time the next.
I get what they’re trying to do here, they’re trying to make a link between all three of the Moriarty brother’s where they each hide their own sadness from each other. But given that we were shown extensively that when Albert is trying to contain himself from issues that bother him he becomes apathetic to basically everything so much so he struggles to even make out faces. So it’s a bit hard to believe the new manga when it says he was struggling
Albert’s arc of starting the Moriarty group, the 3 of them sacrificing everything for their goals, and Albert struggling with guilt after William dies isn’t bad. But you can’t go back and say he always knew that William was suffering and that he was suffering the whole time when he wasn’t doing that. If that was gunna happen I really think Moriarty just need an extra chapter or 2 inbetween William announcing the changes and show us Albert starting to come to terms with everything, so he doesn’t just basically appear out of thin air with a completely unestablished character.
Which leads me into my main difficulties with Albert. Anyone else get the impression that they‘re trying to imply he didn’t tell anyone at all he was going to hand himself in and never spoke to anyone but Mycroft for 3 years? Because I defiantly did. We know Albert and Moran are friendly and even Louis comments on them being rather friendly with each other but that’s as far as we get with his relationships with anyone other than Mycroft. I’d struggle to even make much of a case for him and William being an active part of each other’s lives let alone Louis.
Albert has all the pieces to make himself an amazing character they are there, he’s just missing the actual interactions. The final problem isn’t a “disappointing“ arc because it’s bad it’s just confusing because most elements are just suddenly introduced with zero warning.
I did have more to say but my god is this a long post, so for now I’ll just say what do you think of Albert?
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2023.06.08 14:08 Eltrebol77 Looking for a chill Clan, killing UNM daily.
Good morning. LF clan that kilos UNM CB daily. Indint always have time to do CvC so it would be a clan without mandatory points for CvC. I have a family, babies, a demanding job, etc.. so with al lthe dailies, CB, etc I can't focus always into CvC. So a chill clan that won't be kicking you out if you don't meet Certain points sometimes would be nice. Thanks!
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2023.06.08 14:08 Positive_Sign_1509 Beginner automotive technician with extremely bad ocd checking
So like the title says, I work in automotive trying to move up to full technician. Checking absolutely ruins my job performance, while I do tend to never make mistakes thanks to checking, it kills my production time. I've read a bit about it and how exposure response helps but, what exactly is exposure response? Is it directly related to the situation that involves checking?
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2023.06.08 14:08 dontclickmyprofile Should I sue my ex-boyfriend for emotional distress?
I (20F) became pregnant by my then-boyfriend (21M) a little over a year ago. I want to mention that we’re both college students attending the same university, which is essentially how we met. The pregnancy, of course, was an accident. When I found out I was pregnant, I had previously broken off contact with him due to him borderline cheating on me. I had to reach back out to him to get into contact and plan our next steps.
When we first got back into contact, I had told him I was unsure if I wanted an abortion or not. He told me that whatever I chose, he would be there to support me. After about a week or so of thinking it over, I had decided I wanted to keep the baby. At first, my ex had accepted my decision, but he soon began to change as the anxiety of becoming a father started to get to him.
All throughout my pregnancy, he began to constantly harass me in an attempt to get me to have an abortion. I had really bad symptoms, severe migraines, bad nausea, extreme fatigue. I was going through so much and he essentially decided to stop supporting me because he decided he didn’t want me to have this kid by any means necessary. I started to see him less frequently and he admitted to avoiding me when questioned about it. He took me to one doctors appointment over the course of 3 months and constantly held it over my head to say he was “helping” me. The appointment in question was just to confirm I was pregnant and was not a real appointment about my health or the baby’s health. Every other day I was bombarded by a string of texts or phone calls telling me why I was a horrible person for choosing this and why I would be a bad mother. In addition to this, his family was asking for a police officer to be present during my doctors appointments (which I feel like was to intimidate me). They also threatened to take me to court to win full custody of the child. This was the lowest point in my life. I was physically unwell, powerless, depressed, and suicidal. I felt like I had no real support and no options.
Eventually I caved. I got tired of the constant harassment and threats and I got an abortion unwillingly. I just wanted his family to leave me alone. Following the abortion, I had an incredibly difficult time finding a job. I was out of work due to my physical state while I was pregnant. It took me about 6 months to find a job, so my finances were extremely strained because of it. I couldn’t even pay my car insurance during that time, it was so bad. I was severely depressed for a long time after and grieved for months. To make matters worse, my ex decided to tell people about my abortion and spun the story around to make himself seem like the victim. A lot of people were gossiping about me, snickering when they’d see me, and just full-blown hated me because they assumed I was a horrible person. I had a hard time making friends during this time, and I felt extremely isolated and alone. I got on antidepressants not long after to treat symptoms of anxiety, depression, and ptsd. I also got an official order sent to him from the school to get him to stop talking about the abortion.
Is this enough to build a case of emotional distress? Is it worth it?
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2023.06.08 14:08 linest10 I understand a lot of kids are here, but people need start be respectful to chinese culture
Not the first time I have seen a disrespectful post about chinese culture in this subreddit and I'm getting pretty tired of such behavior getting unchecked by the mods, sincerely it's one of the reasons I can get why a lot of chinese people don't like Monkie Kid or the western fandom
Y'all aren't only consuming a silly kid show, but a show based in a real culture and actual religious material, so before making "funny" posts using actually chinese art or starting unnecessary discussions based in western twitter discourses about morality in fiction, remember chinese culture is not for your entertainment, and no, saying MK is different from JTTW doesn't means you're entlited to behavior like a bull in the glass store, totally tone deaf
Don't understand something about chinese culture or the original material? Do your research, it's okay to not know better, it's not okay to be disrespectful to what is not part of your culture
AND LISTEN TO CHINESE PEOPLE, and here I mean specifically chinese people living in China (not that American Chineses' opinions don't matter, but the cultural difference exist between both groups as well)
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2023.06.08 14:07 SadCicada Need job search advice as a recent call.
I was called to the Ontario bar at the end January. I had some traumatic personal challenges while studying for the bar exams and took a few months to myself after passing. Now having a hard time navigating the job search as a new call.
I’ve been mainly applying to positions on indeed and on the OBA website. But these positions must be flooded with applicants. Are there other places I can find job postings for new calls?
I could also really use some networking advice. I went to law school in another province and articled with a solo practitioner. Happy to practice in BC or Ontario but I don’t have a large network in Ontario. Do I simply sent cold emails to set up coffee meetings? How do I find people to network with?
Ultimately I’m hoping to find something that is a good fit so I can stay, learn and grow professionally. As opposed to taking the first job I can find and immediately looking to leave. But I really don’t know if this is a realistic goal. I’m wanting to leave the practice area I articled in (crim) and have very limited experience outside of that.
Any and all advice would be hugely appreciated. Thanks so much for reading !
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2023.06.08 14:07 feellikemakinlove2u Things You Shouldn’t Know About Me (yet)
I’ve been torn about whether to write this all out. Part of me thinks you should discover it all the traditional way… part of me thinks I should give you fair warning. Most of me is certain strangers on Reddit definitely do not need to know.
Right at this moment, part of me just has an urgent need to write about sex because my current, temporary, circumstances do not allow any other relief valve to be opened.
So here, I’m going to write it. Perhaps I won’t post it, we’ll see.
To put it very simply, I am a horn dog.
At no point since its development during my teens has my libido diminished. In fact, ever since I recognized that the most beautiful, sexiest woman on the face of this planet is doting on me… it’s become an even more powerful force in my life. I’ve written before that you make me feel like a teenager again, both in this regard and others. But that’s not quite right. Even teenaged me would be surprised at how absurdly horny I have become, when it comes to you.
Here I’ll emphasize again, in case it wasn’t clear, that I am wholly in love with you. You and I could potentially never, ever have sex, but if I got to spend my life with you I would still not only be content, but happy. Really fucking happy. So long as you understand that I’m going to take care of that side of me on my own, as I’ve been doing for decades, with thoughts of you in my head.
But any time you care to join in, you will (obviously) be more than welcome.
So we’ve recently entered what I jokingly referred to as “silly season.” You can probably make some educated guesses about what brings it about. But, you might be wondering… don’t I get any privacy at all? What about when I take a shower?
Yes. I do, and I shower every day. But once a day is not enough (I’ve had one, yes… but what about second breakfast?). Since I fell into you, even twice a day is often not enough. But I can’t justify taking a shower 2-3 times a day when the whole family is home.
And so the energy builds up. And that starts showing through in my writing. And, hence… silly season.
And I don’t wish to alarm you, but for me, sex begets sex. Masturbation brings the level down, but having sex - having sex with you - will raise it. Because then I’ll have the very recent memory of what we did together bouncing around in my head.
Don’t worry, though. I’ll never ask of you more than you wish to give. And I will never be unhappy with your libido, however it compares with mine. From non-existent to somehow actually making me struggle to keep up, it won’t matter. Because it’s you. And you are everything I have ever, ever hoped for.
It just so happens that that amazing heart is contained within the most beautiful, sexiest body I have ever seen… and that astonishing, geeky mind is behind eyes that all on their own could be enough… have been enough.
Oh, love. You are truly my every wish and desire, brought to life.
I love you.
And since the TMI train left the station ages ago I’ll go ahead and mention… it’s not difficult to glean this from some of my letters, but I am absolutely an ass man… and as such have related interests, lol. But I resigned myself decades ago to the idea that those interests may forever be fantasy for me, and that is absolutely fine. So if I write some letter going off on some flight of fancy about something that you have no interest in at all (whether it’s related to that or not)… don’t worry. I will never, ever ask for anything you don’t give willingly. Sex is meant to be fun for both of us. And your mind and body provide so very many ways for me to have fun… well. Let’s just say I will never be bored, whatever it is you might be into (and it does occur to me… there are precious few things I wouldn’t be willing to at least try with you, soooooooo… if you have unfulfilled fantasies… 🤷♂️).
Hmm. I guess I’ll post this. It’s not like I don’t have a history of putting too much of myself on here. But will deffo delete it later. I do hope you have a marvelous day, my beautiful, sexy love.
Always thinking of you, yours.
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2023.06.08 14:07 dreftzg [Daily News] Orient Star Is A Skeleton At 1/5 Of The Price Of A Zenith, Bremont Releases Third Watch For The Williams F1 Team, Accutron Spaceview Gets First Major Update And The Vaer G5 Meridian Is A Flier GMT Watch Below The $1,000 Mark
It's Thursday and let's just get straight into it - make sure to check out the Vaer, interested in your thoughts.
What's new 1/ Orient Star Will Sell You A Skeleton Watch At 1/5 Of The Price Of A Zenith
Just the other day I wrote about the Zenith Defy Skyline Skeleton, a wonderful skeletonized watch. It’s modern, it shows off a legendary movement, but it will also set you back a bit over EUR 11,000, which is a lot of money, no matter what budget you are shopping in. What if there was an a more affordable option out there? Maybe it didn’t have the super high end finishing of the Zenith or a legendary movement, but it looked just as cool and cost less than a fifth of the Zenith? Well, say hello to the Orient Star Avant-Garde Skeleton
Orient started out in the 50s and has been part of the Seiko Epson Corporation since 2009. Orient Star, however, is the higher-end of the brand, which in 2016 shocked the market with a skeletonised model. Orient Star was known for their classical watches, so this was a huge departure. They updated it once in 2022 and are now introducing two new Avant-Garde Skeleton models as part of its Sports Collection with an automatic movement and a 60-hour power reserve.
The two models differ in the case material - you can have them in stainless steel or black plated steel - but they share the case specs. 42.3mm wide and 12.4mm thick, with a water resistance of 100 meters and bezels with hexagonal screws. The steel model has a combination of brushed surfaces with Sallaz mirror finishings (comparable to Grand Seiko’s Zaratsu polishing), adding accents and emphasising the solid metallic feel of the watch and bracelet.
Composed of two layers, the upper and lower plates of the dial are distinguished by different colours and finishings. The upper plate holds the luminous indices that project over the movement, and the lower plate is designed to protect the upper plate from shocks and deformation. Like the earlier model, the dial features a power reserve indicator at noon, a small seconds counter at 6 o’clock and a view of the balance wheel with its silicon escapement. The hour and minute hands are wider, sportier, and treated with luminous material.
Powering the Orient Star Avant-Garde Skeleton is the automatic, in-house calibre F8F64. Decorated with Geneva stripes, the partially openworked base plate reveals the bright blue silicon escapement peeking out just to the left of the small seconds and it’s rated at +15/-5 seconds per day, with a 60-hour power reserve. The stainless steel model comes with a steel bracelet; the black-coated steel watch on a black Cordura Ballistic nylon strap.
The retail price is EUR 2,000. Looking at photos of the watch, I’m not sure it lives up to that price. I would love to handle one live. However, this looks close enough to the Zenith, which is EUR 11,000+. 2/ Saint Laurent Redesigns The Cult Girard-Perregaux Digital Quartz Watch, Gives It Black Ceramic And PVD Titanium
While Girard-Perregaux is most known for their higher end Swiss mechanical watches, at one time they were pioneers in the era of digital watch. Back in 1971, it made waves with the Caliber GP-350, a quartz movement that set the universal market standard for frequency. Following that was the Caliber 395 and that’s the movement that GP put in the Casquette, an unusual watch even at the time - it was a black geometric hunk on your wrist that displayed the time at the push of a button on a tiny screen on the front facing side of the watch.
The Casquete came in three materials, Makrolon (which was a black composite), stainless steel and gold plated. It was only made for two years - 1976 and 1978 - and during that time 8,200 pieces were made. The original is still a desired item among collectors, which GP recognized and did a recreation of the watch last year. While remaining fully retro, the reissue is powered by the vastly more efficient GP-03980 that displays hours, minutes, seconds, the day and the date, the month, the year, a chronograph, a second time zone, and a secret date.
Now, there’s a new version of the Casquete, one redesigned by Saint Laurent
Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello for the Saint Laurent Rive Droite line. Vaccarello gives the watch a radical upgrade in materials, as the case is now made out of black ceramic and black PVD-treated grade 5 titanium. It’s sleek, it’s retro, chunky and dramatic, all the things Vaccarello is known for.
The watch is released under the Rive Droite imprint, a series of objects that are sold exclusively in two stores located in Paris and LA. This means that it will also be available exclusively at Saint Laurent Rive Droite stores in Paris and Los Angeles, as well as online via the official Saint Laurent Rive Droite store, in selected countries only. That, combined with the fact that this will be a limited edition of only 100 pieces, means you aren’t very likely to see one in the flesh. Which isn’t that much of a shame because I’m not sure it would be easy to justify the $6,700 price tag. 3/ Bremont Releases Their Third Limited Watch For The Williams F1 Team
Formula 1 racing is an incredibly expensive sport. It was, at least, until 2021 when the organization implemented a budget cap of about $135 million. It’s still expensive, yes, but before the cap teams were known to spend up to half a billion dollars per year to push as hard as possible to win championships. The money for this endeavour comes from Formula 1, the organization, but this is just a small amount distributed to every team. The rest has to be raised from sponsors, and raising $135 million from sponsors is not easy.
Because of the high costs of the sport, the sponsorships are equally as high. It is estimated that the cheapest sponsorship is $1 million per year, an ammount that doesn’t get you a lot - surely doesn’t get you a sticker on the car, and it’s rumoured that Rolex is paying up to $50 million to be the official timing partner of the organization. So, I was pretty shocked three years ago to see that Bremont, the independent British watchmaker, sponsored Williams, the legendary British racing team, to a tune high enough to get a prominent sticker on the car. I had no idea Bremont was doing that good. Good on them.
To mark this sponsorship, Bremont has already created two limited edition watches and is just now releasing the third. Since both companies are very British, it’s no surprise that they are doing so just a month before the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. It’s the Bremont WR-45
, a limited-edition chronograph that is inspired by this year’s Williams Racing F1 car, the FW-45.
The watch has Bremont’s signature three-piece “Trip-Tick” construction, it’s made from stainless steel with a black DLC finish and measures 43mm in diameter by 16mm-thick, with 22mm lugs and an overall lug-to-lug profile of 50mm. Despite the fact that the crown and pushers that operate the chronograph don’t screw down, it has a 100 meter water resistance. Unlike previous Bremont Williams Racing watches, the dial fitted to the new WR-45 is black to match its case, and it has a tri-compax configuration and a date window within the 6 o’clock sub dial. The white register at 9 o’clock features a light blue hand and serves as a running seconds indicator for the time, while the other two sub-dials are fitted with white-finished hands. Additionally, the hours counter features a thin three-color ring in light blue, dark blue, and white surrounding its perimeter, and this serves as a subtle nod to the official colors of the Williams Racing F1 team.
Inside the watch is the brand’s Caliber BE-53AV automatic chronograph movement based on the proven ETA/Valjoux 7753. It has a frequency of 28,800vph (4 Hz) while offering users a power reserve of approximately 56 hours, while the rotor has been skeletonized to look like the wheels of the Williams F1 car. The watch comes on a black two-piece alcantara strap.
This will be a limited edition of 244 pieces and every watch is accompanied with a genuine wheel nut taken from one of the Williams Racing cars. It’s priced at $6,595. 4/ The Accutron Spaceview Gets First Major Update With Spaceview Evolution, But Keeps The Very Cool Electrostatic Movement
Accutron is one of the most familiar names in watchmaking. This Bulova model participated in the space race and was, reportedly, narrowly pushed out by the Omega Speedmaster to be the official NASA watch that will be worn on the moon, but the Bulova Accutron remained a beloved watch by many astronauts and was used in space. That’s why it was a bit puzzling when Bulova in 2020 decided to spin of the Accutron into its own brand. But the puzzle was put aside when Accutron introduced the gorgeous Spaceview 2020 with an open-worked dial and inspired by the original 1960s Spaceview. Now Accutron is introducing two new models called Evolution that do exactly that - evolve the Spaceview.
Just like the 2020 model, the Spaceview Evolution watches are housed in a 43.5mm polished stainless steel case that is 15.9mm thick. Where it differs from the previous model is in the movement. Not the movement they use, but rather the orientation of the movement - the entire thing is shifter 30 degrees, moving the crown to 2 o’clock, giving the watch a completely new look.
Accutron currently offers two versions of the Spaceview Evolution timepiece. One with a smoke-gray open dial, darkened metal outer ring, silver-toned hands, and a matte-black alligator strap. The other also includes a smoke-gray open dial paired with a silver-toned outer ring, metallic blue hands, and a shiny blue alligator strap. Both straps are genuine American alligator and are finished with double-press deployant clasps.
Inside the Spaceview Evolution watches is Accutron’s proprietary electrostatic energy movement. Essentially, the movement is home to twin turbines that rotate at rapid speeds with the motion of your wrist. Those turbines are located between two electrodes, which serve to capture the electrostatic energy created by the turbines and send them to an accumulator. The stored energy in the accumulator then powers two motors: an electrostatic motor (a world’s first) that drives the gliding seconds hand and a step motor that drives the hour and minute hands. The duo of motors are synchronized via integrated circuits and provide an accuracy rating of +/- 5 seconds a month.
The movement also has a power-saving mode, which kicks into gear after five minutes of inactivity with the second hand automatically halting at 12 o’clock. Although the seconds hand stays in place, the watch will continue to keep time as the hour and minute hands continue to move. To stop the power-saving mode and reactivate the seconds hand, you simply have to swing your arm up and down for about five seconds.
The Accutron Spaceview Evolution watches
are priced at $3,950 and are available immediately for purchase. 5/ The New Vaer G5 Meridian Is A Flier GMT Watch Well Below The $1,000 Mark
At the moment, my favorite GMT movement is a highly modified Miyota 9015 which the microbrand Arken calls the ARK-9015DT
and uses in their Alterum. It’s a crazy movement that works unlike any other GMT movment. Rotating the hands clockwise moves the entire handset, including the GMT hand, as well as both AM/PM indicator discs. However, moving the handset in the opposite direction will lock the GMT hand and its corresponding AM/PM indicator (left of the dial) allowing you to set the time difference between your local and home times. This means you can set the minutes to any time and just rotate the hour hand.
Other than that movement and, obviously, in house ones, there seems to be a consensus that it’s hard to beat the recently introduced Miyota Cal. 9075 movement which is an affordable option for those who want a “flier” or “true” GMT, which allows for an independently adjustable local 12-hour hand. And this exactly has been a request from millions of collectors and watch enthusiasts. The movement also allows microbrands like the LA based Vaer to slap these movements into watches that look great and are really affordable.
Vaer’s most recent watch is the G5 Meridian GMT and it’s an intresting proposition. At first glance, the G5 looks identical to their G7. That could be because it comes in a 39mm stainless case without a crown guard and 200 meter water resistance or the fact that they come in pretty much the same four colors - two models with black dials and either red/blue or black/blue bezels, along with an all-black PVD variant, plus a third stainless steel option that is fitted with both a green dial and a green bezel. However, while Vaer’s G7 GMT is a Swiss-made timepiece powered by the Sellita SW330-2 and priced just above the thousand-dollar mark, the Vaer G5 Meridian GMT is an American-assembled version that runs on the Japanese Miyota 9075.
The watch comes on two different straps or bracelets that connect to the 20mm lugs with integrated quick-release springbars. Since the G5 GMT was designed to be used in the water, a black FKM rubber tropic strap is the standard included configuration, as it is the most water-friendly option available for the model. For the secondary strap/bracelet option, buyers have the option of either a simple NATO or a nylon single pass strap — or opting for one of the premium leather straps or stainless steel bracelets in Oyster and Jubillee designs.
The official price of the Vaer G5 Meridian GMT
is $799 or $849 if you opt for one of the premium strap/bracelet options. That’s a fantastic price that gives you more functionality for a traveler.
On hand - a selection of reviews 1/ Review Of The ProTek Series 1010, The Official Watch Of The United States Marine Corps 2/ Hands-on With The The Delma Shell Star Titanium That Sheds Both Size And Weight 3/ In-Depth Reveiw of The Horage Lensman 2 Exposure — A Watch With A Photographic Cheat Sheet
Watch Worthy - A look at an offbeat, less known watch you might actually like The RZE Aspirare launches the brand into yet unexplored waters
Up until now, RZE have been quite conscious of their case sizes pleasing the majority of modern collectors who prefer conservative diameters. Their largest watch was the now-discontinued RZE Valour Chronograph at 42mm, with the sold-out Fortitude coming in second at 41mm. The new RZE Aspirare is bullish with its 44mm diameter, and untamed with a 53mm lug-to-lug that will absolutely demand some bravery to wear if you don’t have large wrists. Although the RZE philosophy has catered to the adventurous, the Aspirare is designed to be their most rugged project yet.
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2023.06.08 14:07 PrestameUnSol Loneliness living abroad, job offered
Working abroad, missing my family, job negotiation
Hello. I am from Latam and went to Europe to study a master. It is finishing in one month. Since March I am doing an internship: I needed it to help me survive, because I came with very little money. I was lucky enough to enter a big leading company in its sector that pays above average; even internships are above others I applied for. Besides, this is my first working experience in data, because my motivation to do this master was to change my career since my undergraduate career is not profitable in my country.
Now, my bosses are offering me a permanent contract. The thing is that I really, really miss my family and my girlfriend. My visa ends in late August and now it is time for me to decide to accept it or not. If I do, I will have to return to my country for 1 month to do the paperwork and then come back. The company is willing to sponsor me and help me with the paperwork. I am a very shy and lonely person, I couldn't make any friend these 9 months I've been in this country. Apart from the fact that it is difficult to live alone and do everything by myself, I feel very vulnerable and lonely.
I think that having more working experience here will help me tremendously in having more and better job opportunities in my home country and finally be able to provide financially stability to my family. But I often cry and feel miserable. The idea of staying one more year gives anxiety, but also does the idea of going home and being incapable of finding a job. All my savings are already gone as well as my mom's. She invested her life savings in helping me with my purpose of studying abroad.
Now, I need to tell my boss my decision. I think a sweet spot would be to accept it and just stay for a few more months just for the sake of learning a bit more and putting in my CV that I have at least 1 year experience, although my internship started March 1.
What's your advice? If you recommend me to stay, how can I approach my boss and being clear that I do not want to stay longer than, say, 6-8 months?
TLDR: Company abroad offers me permanent contract, but I feel very lonely and miss my family and girlfriend. Maybe a good idea is to stay just a few more months, but do not know how to negotiate with boss.
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2023.06.08 14:07 sunwentdown1 I made my boyfriend throw up
I have IBS, I’ve had IBS my whole life, had colonoscopy’s and such to check for other things but nope, I just have wild bowels. I was the only child out of a family of 6 to be banned from farting in the car on family road trips. Most of the time I try to avoid foods that upset my stomach but often I can get an upset stomach for seemingly no reason or just bc I’m stressed. Pretty much as the title says, my boyfriend of 1 year has been getting increasingly sick of my rancid, eye watering farts and today we were cuddling in bed and I relaxed a little too much and this ended up in him leaning over the side of the bed and vomiting on the carpet. Worst part is he’s not even the first bf to get sick of my farts, my first bf I had for 4.5 years used to yell at me in anger to “please stop fucking farting” bc they smell so bad and the VOLUME and frequency is just unlike anyone I have ever met before. Many people have actually expressed concern for my health when they smell my farts bc they say it smells like something died in my ass. Considering sewing my asshole shut atp
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2023.06.08 14:06 Low_Knowledge_8395 Which career path to take?
I am a 26 years old guy living in Sweden (originally not from here).
I studied mechanical engineering + product design engineering and after graduating was offered a job within IT as CAD support engineer (I help engineers use CAD tools and train them). I have been at this position for almost 2 years and I don't hate my job but it's just boring and uninspiring most of the time.
I really enjoy building and making things (3d Printing, building prototypes, machining, casting, etc.) I am more of a hands on person I believe. Originally I wanted to become an industrial designer but got discouraged after researching how few jobs there are in that field and how tough it is.
I am comfortable in my 9-5 office job and it's quite flexible and gives me stability, but I feel stuck and don't want to be in this path forever.
I would really appreciate some ideas of career changes that don't require going back to university, does anyone work in more hands on or creative jobs as engineers? Being a design engineer sounds quite interesting to me as well
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2023.06.08 14:06 Actually_Vyror 27 [M4F] What did the cat wearing an owl mask say?
Me-owl! :D I got plenty more jokes where that came from! :D
The names Aaron, it's nice to meet you. I am 27M from Kentucky USA. 2023 is officialy at the half way point (wasnt it just starting?), and my loneliness meter keeps filling up. While I enjoy my alone time, and overall am quite content with my life, I still feel the urge for companionship. To have that special someone I can share things with, or spend time with. Maybe you're reading a book or playing a game, when I suddenly burst through the door cause I found a tiktok of a cute puppy to show you. I want moments like that. I'm not the best at speaking about myself, so I have compiled a small list. (Yay for lists!) Information provided below: -Video Games: this is my primary pass time. If I'm not at work, I'm usually playing video games on PC. I enjoy a wide variety from shooters, strategy, RPG, and MMOs. I an a coward though, so not much horror. Currently been playing lots of WoW and the new Steet Fighter 6. Will probably be checking out the new Diablo at some point too. Also play Apex on occasion even though I'm terrible at it. Reading: I love to read. Both novels and also manga. I'm always finding new stuff to add to my book shelves. I also quite enjoy finding new webtoons on my phone to read. Fantasy and Sci-Fi are my favorites. I also enjoy writing, always got new ideas in my head. Sleep: If left unattended, I can sleep like a sloth. Anime: although I don't watch as much anymore (it's easier to read manga) I'm still a huge anime fan. Some of my favorites are Code Geass, Monster, Steins Gate, FMAB, and Emmience of Shadow. Work: I do work a full time job, night shift. Thanks to that I own my own home and live a simple life. I make enough to pay my bills and buy stupid (but important) things. I swear I needed the treadmill, and those games, and those books on my shelf. Look if it helps I can read some of them to you :D Other: Obviously I enjoy listening to music, really any genre thats not country. I also enjoy memes and tiktoks. I could share tons of stuff that I think would make you smile or laugh! I'm not sure what else to put, but if you've read this far, thank you! If you're at all interested, feel free to message or chat me. And if not, I hope you have a wonderful day :D!
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2023.06.08 14:06 Informal_End5367 Stuck as an EO
Been an EO for around 4 years now, got heaps of experience and I’m finding that my job is getting very easy and becoming boring to me. Been looking at HEO roles and every time I’ve got an interview for a HEO I’ve been unsuccessful and I’ve asked for feedback and they’ve said that someone who is already HEO has got the job.. how will I ever become a HEO if people who are already HEO keep getting the jobs?!?
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2023.06.08 14:06 Difficult-Berry-1754 failed pre employment check
i got a preliminary offer for the home office as an EO a few weeks back and had to undergo some pre employment checks. they were aware that i had spent some time abroad last year due to my university programme. i studied a year abroad in germany through my UK uni (sheffield) and disclosed this. i got an email around a week or so ago asking for more information about it (time period, location and reason) and this morning i got quite a shock saying my pre employment checks were not satisfactory and that my application has been withdrawn. is there any way i refute this, or provide documents necessary to show my residency? surely i can’t have my pre employment checks failed because of something that was part of my degree, it was unavoidable and done entirely through my UK based university. how am i supposed to apply for any other civil service jobs if my degree is preventing me from passing pre employment checks? any advice would be appreciated! thank you
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2023.06.08 14:05 Guilty_Anteater1349 ULPT Request: how to deal with an emotionally needy boss that thinks part of my job scope is to be his friend
I've been really busy at work recently and he's very talkative and enjoys going around chatting people up disrupting their work. I got tired of him wasting my time so I don't respond and tells him I can't focus. He got frustrated (due to getting similar treatment from some other team members) and had an outburst (amongst many other). He proceeds to give me an hour lecture about how he thinks there's a gap in communication and he feels that I'm not showing interest when he tries to have a chat with me even though I repeatedly told him I'm super busy. He fails to tell me anything about this gap that's crucial to work or affecting work when asked. How do I fuck this toddler up as I'm sick of him venting his frustrations on me
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2023.06.08 14:04 pakalupotato JBIMS PTMBA is it worth it ?
So basically some backstory, I am a lawyer and have been working for the past 5 years now. I earn pretty decent and hold a dual degree and triple PG. But, my family wants me to do masters. Now, my Nanaji fell absolutely unwell and told my Mom that I am a “Nalla” as I don’t have a masters degree in hand. Cut to, my Mom convinced me to atleast do a part time masters.
Now, coming to the point, I am a lawyer and I thought that LL.M is the best option for me but my family wants an MBA. So I decided to give PTMBA exams for JBIMS and take and admission and then appear for either MU CET or NMIMS for a full time LL.M wherein I’ll get my degree within a year or two and JBIMS would go on side by side.
So I gave JBIMS part time exam and got admission for the current academic year but the problem is JBIMS is now asking me for a Transfer Certificate which they hadn’t mentioned anywhere in their admission notification and I only got to know about it after paying the admission fees.
The problem which arises here is, if I submit my TC to JBIMS now, I would be stuck for three years and won’t be able to pursue an LL.M which basically is more practical for me to do.
Is there a way I could stick to my original plan? And avoid giving the TC to JBIMS? Are Part time colleges allowed to ask for a TC?
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2023.06.08 14:04 KKshilling The Difference Between Self-Employment and "Normal" Jobs
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https://preview.redd.it/21t2gqp1bs4b1.png?width=1292&format=png&auto=webp&s=6d858c15bebc9b0eb3ea93788c2ae1805f0754b7 Imagine a 10-story Manhattan residential apartment building, in which each floor is nicer and more opulent than the last.
The ground floor is home to the cheapest apartments: studios with iron bars over the windows, leaky faucets, and the occasional rat or three. Sure, it’s habitable, and the hot water (occasionally
) works, but it’s far from desirable.
As you move up to the second and third floors, the rodents disappear, the iron bars are removed, the plumbing is secure, and your bedroom, which is separate from your living room and kitchen, now has enough room for a queen mattress and
a full-sized desk. It might not be your dream home, but it gets the job done.
On floors 4-6, your checkerboard floor tiles are switched out for hardwood, an in-unit washer and dryer replaces your weekly commute to wash your clothes, and your kitchen and living room are finally separate entities. (In most of America, these things are “normal.” In New York, an in-unit washer and dryer is a status symbol.)
Floors 7-9 bring beautiful views of the city, access to a balcony or deck, a dining room that fits a table for eight, a small home office, a living room that can hold dozens of friends, and one of those showers where the water pours directly from holes in the ceiling, like a waterfall for folks who don’t live anywhere near nature.
And then we have floor 10, the penthouse. Your floor has its own elevator that other residents can’t access. Your living room, grand piano included, has an unobstructed view of the East River, and it’s plenty big enough to host a cocktail party for 100 of your closest friends. Your floors are made of marble, your bookshelves are full of novels that you’ll never read (but still look impressive
), you have one of those televisions that retracts into the floor on command, and you don’t have to lift a finger in the kitchen, because your chef handles the cooking for you. Can you tell I’ve been apartment hunting this week?
So where will you reside? Well, that’s up to fate. Now imagine that you have two choices:
Choice A: you have a 10% chance of living on floors 2 and 3, an 80% chance of floors 4-6, and a 10% chance of floors 7-9. You are guaranteed to avoid the dredges of the ground floor, but you’ll never reach the penthouse either.
Choice B: You have a 20% chance of living on the ground floor, a 20% chance of landing in the penthouse, a 55% chance of landing anywhere
between floors 2 and 9, and a 5% chance of sleeping outside the building altogether. Maybe you become Jay Gatsby, maybe you ask Mr. Gatsby for money on the corner, or maybe you end up somewhere in the middle. Which choice do you make?
In 2023 in the United States of America, you have two options for employment: 1) Working for someone else 2) Working for yourself
Critics of traditional employment exclaim, “You’ll never get rich unless you own equity in your work; you have to be your own boss. A salary is no way to reach the top 1% of wealth in the US.
Critics of self-employment cry, “It’s far too risky to strike out on your own. Sure, there are some success stories, but you will probably crash and fail.”
Both parties believe they are right, and both parties leverage countless data points to support their positions. But both parties are missing the point. The key isn’t that one form of employment is objectively better than the other. The key is that the distribution of outcomes that accompany different employment types varies.
In the example above, the probabilities of living in different apartments weren’t simply an arbitrary test of your risk tolerance. They serve to highlight the range of outcomes you can expect from different career paths. Allow me to explain with yet another analogy.
In finance, we use derivatives called options
to place leveraged bets and/or hedge our portfolios against downside moves.
The two simplest options are “calls” and “puts.”
You can buy a call option to bet on a stock going up by a certain date. If the stock price increases enough before the option’s expiration date, you will make a lot of money. If the stock doesn’t increase enough by the expiration date, the option expires worthless. You can also get paid upfront to sell call options on stocks that you already own, but you will be obligated to sell those shares at the option’s strike price if the stock price increases past that point, capping your potential gains.
Buying a put option gives you the right to sell that stock at a certain price, no matter how far its price has fallen, allowing you to hedge against declines. Meanwhile, selling a put option obliges you to buy that stock if it falls below your option’s strike price, opening you up to risk if a stock performs poorly.
There is one particular options strategy known as a “collar,” where you sell call options on stocks that you own and use those proceeds to purchase matching put options. This strategy got its name because it “collars” your portfolio: you are protected from downside moves, but your upside is limited thanks to the calls you sold to pay for the insurance. Mark Cuban famously used a collar to preserve his wealth after selling Broadcast.com to Yahoo for billions right before the Dot Com bubble crashed. A traditional, salaried job is a collar: the cost of protecting against downside risk is limited upside.
Think of your entry-level salary at your first job in corporate America as the second floor of the building, and your total comp as a high-level VP or director as an apartment on the eighth floor.
Your worst possible outcome, a career that fails to advance, still pays well enough to cover the basics. Meanwhile, a home run career pays handsomely, but it won’t propel you to the upper echelons of wealth. Like Mark Cuban’s Yahoo shares, your career is collared. The potential upside and downside outcomes are range defined.
Working for yourself, on the other hand, is like purchasing call options. If you succeed, the upside will outperform the “normal” career by a magnitude, but if you’re wrong, no one is there to save you. The cost of admission for unlimited upside is the potential for absolute failure. Maybe you become a millionaire, maybe you go bust. Who knows.
Of course, neither path is an all-or-nothing pursuit. There’s nothing wrong with allocating a small portion of a well-diversified portfolio to some more speculative call options, and you certainly don’t have to quit a well-paying job to go all-in on last weekend’s late-night Eureka!
moment. In fact, the prudent move for someone looking to start their own thing is to launch it while they’re still working, that way they don’t need the money immediately.
If a stock does well enough, it can still generate insane returns for you despite initially being a small part of your portfolio. If your side hustle takes off, it can still generate life-changing money for you as well, without you having to give up your day job along the way. That being said, I love a good casino trip, so we’ll stick with the call options. It is just betting on yourself, after all. https://preview.redd.it/33mak3a5bs4b1.png?width=1226&format=png&auto=webp&s=d08defb5bc33f4a24b4a04290867764a793f5f25